Biblissima presentation at the LIBER conference in Munich

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Biblissima is an French EQUIPEX project 2012-2019 that is gathering online ressources about Middle Ages and Renaissance Heritage and their transmission.

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Biblissima presentation at the LIBER conference in Munich

  1. 1. 28 juin 2013 1 Biblissima Bibliotheca bibliothecarum novissima LIBER Conference in Munich 26-28th June 2013 Matthieu BONICEL
  2. 2. 28 juin 2013 LIBER conférence in Munich – 26-28th June 2013 2 Campus Condorcet
  3. 3. 28 juin 2013 LIBER conférence in Munich – 26-28th June 2013 3 Origins
  4. 4. 28 juin 2013 4 • 7 years (2012-2019) • Observatory of written Heritage from Middle Ages anf the Renaissance (Arab, French, Greek, Hebrew, Latin • Total budget is 7.1 M€ • 8-people technology/metadata team LIBER Conference in Munich 26-28th June 2013
  5. 5. 28 juin 2013 LIBER Conference in Munich 26-28th June 2013 5 Partners • BnF – Bibliothèque nationale de France • IRHT - Institut de recherche et d’histoire des textes (CNRS, Paris, Orléans) • Campus Condorcet (Aubervilliers, La Plaine-Saint-Denis) • CESR - Centre d’études supérieures la Renaissance (CNRS - Université François Rabelais, Tours) • CIHAM - Histoire, archéologie, littérature des mondes chrétiens et musulmans médiévaux (Lyon) • MRSH – Université de Caen • EPHE – École pratique des hautes études (Paris) • ENC – École nationale des chartes (Paris) International support (hors implication financière) : • Società Internazionale per lo Studio del Medioevo Latino (SISMEL), Firenze, et Medioevo europeo (Agostino PARAVICINI BAGLIANI) • Department of Digital Humanities du King’s College de Londres (Andrew PRESCOTT et Jan PALMOWSKI) • E-codices : équipe d’édition électronique de l’université de Fribourg (Christoph FLÜELER) • Bibliothèque virtuelle Manuscriptorium, Prague, Bibl. nationale de la République Tchèque (Adolf KNOLL) • Institut für Dokumentologie und Editorik, Graz – Köln (Georg VOGELER) • Equipe d’édition électronique de l’université de Graz (Johannes STIGLER) • Université Stanford (Digital Libraries systems and services, Tom CRAMER)
  6. 6. 28 juin 2013 6 Objectives • Contribute to a better understanding of text dissemination, history of libraries and knowledge dissemination in Europe from 8th to 18th centuries • Make our information about Middle Ages and Renaissance materials accessible to the general audience • Ensure sustainability and interoperability of new and already existing materials LIBER Conference in Munich 26-28th June 2013
  7. 7. 28 juin 2013 7LIBER Conference in Munich 26-28th June 2013 The Team Board of directors Scientific council Executive committee Biblissima Team • Chief scientific: Anne-Marie Turcan. • Associate: Nicole Bériou • Observatory coordinator: Matthieu Bonicel. Co-coord : Marjorie Burghart (e-learning), Pierre-Yves Buard (TEI), Cyril Masset (Databases) • Campus Condorcet: Johann Holland • Project manager: Elizabeth McDonald • Web developer: Régis Robineau • Data: Stefanie Gehrke, Pauline Charbonnier, Anita Mazur, Eduard Frunzeanu
  8. 8. 28 juin 2013 8 LIBER Conference in Munich 26-28th June 2013 The Portal Over 50 databases and catalogues 3 major digital libraries TEI editions and tool for researchers IIIF syntaxSharedCanvasRDF Illuminations Provenances Authority files Catalogues Bindings Gallica BVMM BVH OpenSource XML Editor Production environment Publishing toolkit E-learning tutorials
  9. 9. 28 juin 2013 9 Interoperability LIBER Conference in Munich 26-28th June 2013 Current situation: a world of silos.
  10. 10. 28 juin 2013 Présentation du projet Biblissima (Matthieu BONICEL DCO/MSS/MIN) 10 SharedCanvas • XML datamodel based on RDF and OpenAnnotation • Developped for 2 years in Stanford by the Digital Manuscripts Technical Council. • Specifications nearly finished. Actual phase is to implement SharedCanvas manifests in the partner institutions • Documents and tests avaliable at http://www.shared-canvas.org/
  11. 11. 28 juin 2013 11 Interoperability LIBER Conference in Munich 26-28th June 2013
  12. 12. 28 juin 2013 Présentation du projet Biblissima (Matthieu BONICEL DCO/MSS/MIN) 12 SharedCanvas: principles • Producing an XML manifest for each document which is listing avaliable ressources (one or several digitals docs, EAD record, Mandragore descirptions, links to partner institutions) • Each data producer is issuing its own manifest, linked to the unique ID created by the library hosting the digital surrogate. Partners can choose (or not) to mention other manifests in their owns • The manifest is also indentifying precisely the image or part of image from which an annotation/editing has been made, so the final user can go back to the original image. • This datamodel was originally suggested by libraries which are regurlarly involved in new collaborative projects with very low standardization regarding the exchange of digital images.
  13. 13. 28 juin 2013 13 Interoperability LIBER Conference in Munich 26-28th June 2013 Current situation: a world of silos. Viewer IIIF API Preservation system Image server
  14. 14. 28 juin 2013 14 Roadmap • Study of all the partners’ ressource • Building up an ontology of the whole corpus using CIDOC-CRM • Starting developping prototype using SharedCanvas instances and IIIF compatible viewers LIBER Conference in Munich 26-28th June 2013
  15. 15. 28 juin 2013 Présentation du projet Biblissima (Matthieu BONICEL DCO/MSS/MIN) 15 Ex: BnF XML Refnum (sequence) EAD or MARC cataogue record SharedCanvas manifest Mandragore and Reliures records External viewer or tools Gallica Image Server IIIF : Streaming images or parts of images Browsing through the manifest and adding external content to it.
  16. 16. 28 juin 2013 16 Thank you! Matthieu Bonicel matthieu.bonicel@bnf.fr / +33 1 53 79 88 75 www.biblissima-condorcet.fr Illustrations : bandeau latéral : http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b8455949b/f16.item (BnF, Manuscrits, Latin 1171) diapo 1 : http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b53019388n/f1.item (BnF, Manuscrits, Latin 6912) LIBER Conference in Munich 26-28th June 2013

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